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Presentation of the Cais Mauá Project

This past Friday, September 18, the presentation of the project and the EIA / RIMA of the Porto Alegre Harbor Pier took place at the Grêmio Náutico União gymnasium. The Lighting Atelier, which is responsible for the lighting project of the first phase, which includes the restoration of the old listed warehouses, was present at this presentation, given by Cais Mauá do Brasil S / A.

To download the presentation file, just go to vivacaismaua.com.br.

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